Glandular Trichome Morphology of Sideritis montana L. supsp. remota (d’URV) (Lamiaceae)

ilkay Öztürk, Arzu Cansaran

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In the paper, glandular trichome morphology of Sideritis montana L. subsp. remota (d’URV) (Lamiaceae) was examined. Sideritis montana subsp. remota is called “Mor karaçay” in Turkey. Vegetative and reproductive organs of the plant were fixed in 70% ethyl alcohol to determine glandular trichome types and glandular trichome distribution. Three subtypes of capitate glandular trichomes were determined. These were subtype IIA, subtype IIB and subtype IIC. Subtype IIA and subtype IIB were seen on both vegetative and reproductive organs, whereas subtype IIC was observed on only reproductive ones. Peltate glandular trichomes have a head which is composed of four celled. These trichomes were also observered on leaf surfaces. The determination of glandular trichome types and the distribution of the trichomes in Sideritis montana subsp. remota is imported findings to be used in future systematic implication.


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